The Present State of Europe, Volume 9

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Printed for H. Rhodes., 1698 - Europe
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Page 244 - ... by all your subjects of this kingdom : And, if ' not timely remedied, may occasion very strict laws, totally ' to prohibit and suppress the same, and on the other hand, ' if they turn their industry and skill, to the settling and ' improving the linen manufacture, for which generally the ' lands of that kingdom are very proper, they shall receive, 'all countenance, favour and protection from your royal ' influence, for the incouragement and promoting of the ' said linen manufacture, to all the...
Page 408 - A pleasant and compendious history of the first inventers and instituters of the most famous arts, misteries, laws, customs and manners in the whole world, together with many other rarities and remarkable things rarely made known, and never before made public : to Chap.
Page 244 - Majesty would be pleased in the most public and effectual Way that may be, to declare to all your Subjects of Ireland, that the Growth and Increase of the Woollen Manufacture there hath long, and will ever be looked upon with great Jealousy by all your Subjects of this Kingdom...
Page 244 - ... the growing manufacture of cloth in Ireland, both by the cheapness of all sorts of necessaries of life and goodness of materials for making all manner of cloth, doth invite your subjects of England, with their families and servants, to leave their habitations to settle there, to the increase of the woollen manufacture in Ireland, which makes your loyal subjects in this kingdom very apprehensive that the further growth of it may greatly prejudice the said manufacture here...
Page 244 - ... invite your subjects of England, with their families and servants, to leave their habitations to settle there, to the increase of the woollen manufacture in Ireland, which makes your loyal subjects in this kingdom very apprehensive that the further growth of it may greatly prejudice the said manufacture here, by which the trade of this nation and the value of lands will very much decrease, and the numbers of your people be much lessened here...
Page 328 - A New Description of the World : Or, A compendious Treatise of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Countries, Islands, Cities and Towns of Europe, Asia, Africa and America, in their Situation, Product, Manufactures and Commodities, Geographical and Historical. With an Account of the Natures of the People, in their Habits, Customs, Wars, Religions and Policies.
Page 281 - Aflociation, for our mutual Defence ; the Remedying the Corruption of the Coin, which had been fo long growing Upon the Nation...
Page 132 - Intreagues by him carried on, as well in the Court of England, as in all the Courts of Europe, to advance the great Designs of the King his Master. Made English from the French Original. The second Edition.
Page 120 - I am of opinion, that if four or five thousand troops could be landed in the neighborhood of Vera Cruz by the end of this month or the beginning of the next...
Page 244 - by the cheapness of all sorts of necessaries for life, and " goodness of materials for making of all manner of cloth, " doth invite your subjects of England, with their families 'and servants, to leave their habitations to settle there, "to the increase of the woollen manufacture in Ireland, •'which makes...

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